Options for Scanning 120 films ???

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Re: Options for Scanning 120 films ???

neilt3 wrote:

moimoi wrote:

neilt3 wrote:

Overrank wrote:

neilt3 wrote:

If you've the budget , I'd just wait for the Plustek to be available again .

As mentioned on your other thread about flatbed scanner availability , with the pandemic manufacturing and distribution had taken a hit .

i think that and scanning all the old slides and negatives has become a good project for when people are locked in at home, so there’s been a rush on what is available I’ve just seen a Plustek 8200 priced at nearly £600 on Amazon, normally they’re around £300

That's the problem , supply and demand .

I am not giving a penny to the sellers selling the scanners for double price. No way.

Cheers,

Max

Good on you .

And when things return to normal and they put their prices back down , still don't spend a penny with the robbing , theiving , profiteering scum again either !

Most definitely.   Amazon should kick them out for doing so.   Totally unacceptable.

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